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John Greenwood (III) (1929–2018)

John Greenwood was born on August 3, 1929 in Kent, England. He is known for An Age of Kings (1960), Doctor Who (1963) and The Avengers (1961). He was married to Sally Lewis. He died on November 17, 2018 in the UK. See full bio »

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(age 89) in UK

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Known For

An Age of Kings Messenger / Duke of Aumerle / A Gentleman / A Messenger / Duke of York / Edward, Prince of Wales / Gentleman / Ghost of Prince Edward / Lawyer / Prentice / Prince of Wales / Servant / Thomas of Clarence
(1960)
Doctor Who D'Artagnan / Sir Lancelot
(1968)
(1964)
The Spread of the Eagle Messenger / A Centery / A Servant to Caesar / Dardanius / Servant
(1963)

Filmography

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 2006 The Afternoon Play (TV Series)
Mr. Maloney
- Tea with Betty (2006) ... Mr. Maloney
 1968 Doctor Who (TV Series)
D'Artagnan / Sir Lancelot
- The Mind Robber: Episode 5 (1968) ... D'Artagnan / Sir Lancelot
 1968 For Amusement Only (TV Series)
Football Supporter
- The Ticket (1968) ... Football Supporter
 1966 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Roger of Montgomery
- Conquest: The Leopard and the Dragon (1966) ... Roger of Montgomery
 1966 Adam Adamant Lives! (TV Series)
Doctor
- A Vintage Year for Scoundrels (1966) ... Doctor
 1964 Judith Paris (TV Mini Series)
Tom Fenton
- Madame Paris (1964) ... Tom Fenton
 1964 The Avengers (TV Series)
Sam
- The Charmers (1964) ... Sam
 1963 The Spread of the Eagle (TV Mini Series)
Messenger / A Centery / Servant / ...
- Part Nine: The Monument (1963) ... A Centery
- Part Eight: The Alliance (1963) ... Servant
- Part Seven: The Serpent (1963) ... Messenger
- Part Six: The Revenge (1963) ... Dardanius
- Part Five: The Fifteenth (1963) ... A Servant to Caesar
 1962 Six More Faces of Jim (TV Series)
 1962 They Hanged My Saintly Billy (TV Movie)
Student
 1961 BBC Sunday-Night Play (TV Series)
Reveller
- The Judge and His Hangman (1961) ... Reveller
 1961 The Seven Faces of Jim (TV Series)
Miller
- The Face of Duty (1961) ... Miller
 1961 O Captain, My Captain (TV Movie)
Jimmy
 1961 People of Nowhere (TV Movie)
Russian refugee
 1960 An Age of Kings (TV Mini Series)
Messenger / Duke of Aumerle / A Messenger / ...
- Part Fifteen: The Boar Hunt (1960) ... A Messenger / Ghost of Prince Edward
- Part Fourteen: The Dangerous Brother (1960) ... A Gentleman
- Part Thirteen: The Sun in Splendour (1960) ... Edward, Prince of Wales
- Part Twelve: The Morning's War (1960) ... Prince of Wales
- Part Eleven: The Rabble from Kent (1960) ... Gentleman / Messenger
 1960 Strife (TV Series)
- Act 2 (1960)
 1959 The Gentle Flame (TV Movie)
 1959 The Budds of Paragon Row (TV Series)
Bill Nightingale
- Proud of Them (1959) ... Bill Nightingale
- Trouble Brewing (1959) ... Bill Nightingale
- The Accident (1959) ... Bill Nightingale
- The Neighbours Meet Vicky and Mal (1959) ... Bill Nightingale
 1958 Daphne Laureola (TV Movie)
Bill
 1958 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Torin Gerrity
- The Troublemakers (1958) ... Torin Gerrity
 1958 Encounter (TV Series)
Corporal
- Death Minus One (1958) ... Corporal
 1957 Who Destroyed the Earth (TV Movie)
 1951 The Browning Version
Gilbert's Senior Boy (uncredited)
 1939 The Sleeping Princess (TV Movie)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Henry Sixth Part III", at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in a Birmingham Repertory Company with Jack May, Paul Daneman and Alfred Burke in the cast. Douglas Seale was the director. See more »

Spouse:

Sally Lewis
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Star Sign:

Leo

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